What is Orchestrate?

Orchestrate makes databases simple by powering full-text search, events, graph, and K/V storage behind a REST API.


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Architecting a Social Network

07.21.2014

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Hey! Let’s build Facebook. Why? Because social networks are hard. Potentially millions of concurrent users, each making potentially numerous reads and writes per second – considering how to handle that is an exercise in architecting robust information schemas. I’ll use Orchestrate in my examples, but these principles don’t much depend on your underlying infrastructure. This…

How We Replicated NPM into Orchestrate

07.15.2014

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NPM or Node Packaged Modules, makes possible the Node.js community’s package ecosystem. Most Node.js developers know NPM for the command-line utility used to manage dependencies, publish packages, and run scripts, but behind the scenes NPM Inc. is running a beastly infrastructure to serve more than 1500 requests per second. Every time you run npm install…

Building a Twittercat with Node.js

07.09.2014

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Twitter’s ubiquity and well-documented API make it great for interactive projects and monitoring services. As it so happens, cats are also very interactive, so I figured I’d become a cat lady of the internet and make a twittercat. A twittercat is a bot that runs a Twitter account, tweeting cat-like things periodically, and at whoever…

Voices: Jeremiah Peschka on DBaaS in a DBA World

07.08.2014

Balancing on the edge

Jeremiah Peschka (@peschkaj) helps developers, DBAs, and engineers build fast, robust, scalable solutions. He’s this week’s guest on the return of Voices. He’s Managing Director at Brent Ozar Unlimited and has been a sysadmin, developer and DBA. That background makes him a perfect candidate to talk about how services like Orchestrate fit into today’s applications….

Dev Tools: Runscope’s Traffic Inspector

07.07.2014

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Runscope was founded in January of 2013 by John Sheehan and Frank Stratton. Since then, the company has raised $7.1 million dollars in financing. The mission of the company is to build tools to support application development lifecycle. One goal of Runscope is to make building with web-based APIs as easy as building with your…